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The No Fun League strikes again. Chicago Bears LB Jon Bostic was fined $21,000 for his hit on Mike Willie. As you can see in the picture above, he hit him with his shoulder. This is pretty crazy considering that 21k is almost an entire game check for the rookie.
NFL.com actually describes the hit as “hard-hitting” and “spectacular” but now it’s worth $21k. Was this a dirty hit? Check the video out for yourself:
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